Posted by **Beth** on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at 8:46pm.

This is the question in my homework:

In orbiting the Earth, what kind of motion is it, uniformly velocity, uniformly accelerated or non-uniformly accelerated motion?

I have searched for almost an hour on the internet in any variety of those terms I could think of, and I still have found nothing on these subjects. Would someone be able to help me with this? Thanks.

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